Jeanetha Brink

Owner, Jeanetha Brink Consulting

Jeanetha Brink, owner, Jeanetha Brink Consulting

Jeanetha Brink is an advocate with in excess of 20 years' experience in various areas of legal and regulatory compliance. Workplace ethics and company culture have always been her main areas of interest, which is backed up by experience in both the public and private sector, where she performed policy development and training in ethics. Formerly, she worked for the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA), where she conducted inspections in terms of the International Standards of Quality Control. Other areas of experience include litigation, internal reviews, fraud prevention and anti-corruption, etc, which has equipped her for her current expansion into areas of information security risk and cyber risk. She currently utilises her legal and investigative experience to conduct risk reviews in the information security sector.

An experienced speaker and trainer, she will challenge your thinking with practical examples and solid application of foundational principles in your industry. Her participation as a speaker in more recent conferences on cyber risk include the Symantec Financial Cybercrime & Compliance Management Conference (July 2016) and Ekwinox SA Telecommunications Cybercrime Conference (November 2016).

Her experience is backed up by the following formal qualifications:

B Iuris, LLB, LLM, M Phil (Applied Business Ethics), Certified Ethics Officer, Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist.

Jeanetha Brink will be speaking on the following topic:

Corporate governance and cyber risk: Understand the compound effect of good governance in decision-making

Poor governance, mostly, occurs due to a lack of awareness. Industries can be regulated, but people's behaviour must be guided. Understanding international perspectives, local guidance and the impact of ignorance will be dealt with in this presentation, with practical, relevant case studies.

  • International trends in corporate governance: focus on the legislative as well as the economic considerations, and the impact for your organisation;
  • King IV – consider the following: how is proof of implementation different to King III? What is required in dealing with cyber risk? What is relevant about the distinction between information and technology? and
  • Some consequences of poor governance, including risks of staff using social media and social networking.

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